But, I’ve found that it’s difficult to ask questions. I mean, it’s not difficult for me to ask question. But, sometimes, it’s difficult to ask questions to other people without them creating false dichotomies.
Let me give you some examples.
When I ask if the church should meet for worship or for edification, it’s sometimes assumed that I don’t think Christians should worship. Why is that?
When I question the validity of the modern day office of pastor, people often ask me why I don’t like leaders. Why?
When I ask why we put so much emphasis on the sermon (i.e., a unidirectional monologue), I’m occasionally asked why I don’t appreciate Scripture. Are they the same?
So, I think asking questions is very good. But, when you’re asking questions, sometimes your questions are misunderstood.